NEW PLYMOUTH — A longhorn skull studded with Swarovski crystals and adorned with leather feathers hangs on the wall behind Jessi Roberts’ desk, an eye-catching gift made by a friend.
MERIDIAN — Before the first piece of salt water taffy was ordered, a Meridian candy shop was no more than a jelly bean of an idea in the mind of Cyndy Radovich.
RUPERT — After years of planning an upgrade to the city’s center park, business owners, residents who voted for a bond to pay for it and people who worked on committees during the renovation planning stages talk about how they feel about the project.
TWIN FALLS — A popular coffee shop in Twin Falls will be closing its doors Thursday after 13 years.
Last week, the Hidden History column featured the Twin Falls School District’s building that houses its support services programs, such as special education and the gifted-and-talented program.
The Vernal Equinox, which signals the first day of spring, is less than a week away, and it is obvious that the critters of the natural world are preparing for its arrival.
The Idaho Evening Times ran the following news briefs in November 1930:
TWIN FALLS — Some former hospital rooms could soon host services for local veterans if the County Commission approves a lease Thursday with the Twin Falls Veterans Council.
Donations increase, but challenges are still abound for charities during the winter months.
TWIN FALLS — When it comes to promotions, small businesses have a disadvantage against the big-box stores.